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Dame Edith Sitwell was the daughter of Sir George Sitwell and Lady Ida Sitwell of Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire, and the granddaughter of Lord Londesborough. She was born in Scarborough, Yorkshire. She was educated privately. Dame Edith Sitwell* – William Walton* / Paul Bowles Dame Edith Sitwell* – William Walton* / Paul Bowles - Facade / Music For A Farce ‎ (LP, Mono) Columbia Masterworks In the introduction to The Canticle of the Rose British poet Dame Edith Sitwell wrote: "At the time I began to write, a change in the direction, imagery and rhythms in poetry had become necessary, owing to the rhythmical flaccidity, the verbal deadness, the dead... In the introduction to The Canticle of the Rose British poet Dame Edith Sitwell wrote: "At the time I began to write, a change in the direction, imagery and rhythms in poetry had become necessary, owing to the rhythmical flaccidity, the verbal deadness, the dead and expected patterns, of some of the poetry immediately preceding us." Tracks 1 to 21 recorded 1953 Tracks 22 to 32 recorded 1929 Tracks 33 to 41 recorded 1952 In the booklet, the orchestra in tracks 33 to 41 is called The Royal Philadelphia Orchestra.
 

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Mar 13, 2015 · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Façade Hornpipe En Famile · William Walton · Edith Sitwell Façade ℗ 2014 Tin Toy Released on: 2014-02-04 Auto-generated by YouTube. Four In The Morning - Poem by Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell. Autoplay next video. Cried the navy-blue ghost Of Mr. Belaker The allegro Negro cocktail-shaker,
 

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Edith Sitwell - World Literature - is a resource for students who seek information beyond the simple biographical details of an author’s life or a brief overview of the author’s major works Feb 26, 2011 · Edith Sitwell, 1959. An extraordinary sight, she was described by Elizabeth Bowen as ‘a high altar on the move’. Photograph: Jane Bown for the Observer A woman who is born with a nose so beaky ...

Dame Edith Sitwell was the daughter of Sir George Sitwell and Lady Ida Sitwell of Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire, and the granddaughter of Lord Londesborough. She was born in Scarborough, Yorkshire. She was educated privately.

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The song incorporates a segment of the poem "Hornpipe" by Dame Edith Sitwell (from her Façade, and Other Poems poetry book), which is a surreal poem that attempts to capture the flow of a sailors jig. If you can't keep your tongue still, You will have the face of Edith Sitwell!" The song I Don't Care (1992) by Shakespear's Sister contains a quotation from Sitwell's poem Hornpipe. In the T.C. Boyle novel Tortilla Curtain (1995) the main characters' pets are called Osbert, Sacheverell (dogs) and Dame Edith (cat).